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Department of Taxation and Finance

Property tax and assessment administration

In light of the statewide State of Emergency related to COVID-19, Governor Cuomo has issued Executive Order Number 202.22. The order provides local governments with options related to tentative and final assessment rolls and grievance day. In addition, for Westchester and Nassau Counties, it provides options related to property tax payments.

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New Executive Order

Executive Order 202.32, issued May 21, 2020, extends the time period for the payment of property taxes by 21 days in more than 70 specified municipalities that had asked the Governor to grant such extensions. Almost all of those municipalities are villages, the exceptions being the City of Corning and the County of Suffolk. For more information, see the 5/26/20 Assessment Community Weekly.

 

Is your 2020 tentative or final roll date changing?

If so, send an email to ORPTS.DMU@tax.ny.gov with your SWIS code and the new date(s).  

 

STAR and Property Tax Delinquency

Beginning in 2020, property owners with property tax delinquencies greater than one year are not eligible for the Basic STAR exemption or the Basic STAR credit. See STAR and Property Tax Delinquency for more details.

Assessment Community Enterprise System (ACES) news

RPSV4 Data Anomaly Finder (DAF)

Use the DAF to review and identify parcel data that may require changes prior to converting to ACES. The DAF, instructions, and a how-to document are available from ACES.

Your ACES FAQs

Questions? Read the ACES FAQs. Didn't find the answer to your question? Email ORPTS.

RPSV4 Update

Utilities for STAR Reports 1 and 2 are available. For details, see the individual report instructions on STAR Information for Local Officials.

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